I have a microSD card in my Android device and I would like to plug it into my computer to change the music and collected photos.
However, I'm not able to do this. The OS does not seem to even notice that I have a microSD card plugged in (not even when I plug-in my Huawei Android with it as well).
I have a dual boot of Windows and Linux Mint, with 2 auto-mounted partitions, but I do not think this is the problem.
Could it be a driver problem?
I also tried the command
lspci -vnn | grep -A 12 SDXC, however it prints no output at all in the console. However, I used kdepaste and posted the results of lspci -vnn here.
What type of device is this?
- The problem is occurring in a laptop: CLEVO W150ER
Is it a microSD card or an SSD card?
- This is the microSD card that i use on my cellphone. It has an adapter, which is a bigger card in which the smaller one fits, just like in this image
Are you attempting to tether the device to your PC? If so what is the nature of the connection? USB? Bluetooth?
- My laptop has an entrance for SD cards. My SDcard worked before on Windows, so I know it should now as well.
Are you attempting to just mount and SSD card?
- Not sure what you mean by this :S